Originally built in 1950, this small Cape Cod had lots of charm, but was in dire need of some 21stcentury updates. Our clients wanted a retreat where they could entertain family and friends and create a welcoming, open space for their grandchildren. Meadowlark took what was a congested group of rooms and opened the floor to accommodate our client’s vision.
The heart of a home is often found in the kitchen and secluding this area from other familial gathering spaces creates a disconnect. The current home had several rooms that were not cohesive and created a barrier for guests, as well as the homeowners, to enjoy the home. In addition, this open concept allowed for the maximization of the spectacular views overlooking the neighboring Huron River.
Design & Architecture: Jimmy Bevilacqua & Katie MacGillivray
Project Manager: Todd Green
Meadowlark listened and understood the client’s goals and vision and constructed a two-story addition on the back. We added major structural modifications, including a large back deck and large frameless windows. The interior design was bright yet warm, giving the homeowners a sense of comfort and space the home previous previously lacked.